More than 100 New Yorkers marched the streets of the Upper East Side on Wednesday, chanting, “Housing is a human right. Fight! Fight! Fight!”
The march to Gracie Mansion, which was lead by activist Nathylin Flowers Adesegun of VOCAL-NY, was a call to demand Mayor Bill de Blasio dedicate 30,000 units of affordable housing for the homeless.
Adesegun, who recently confronted the mayor at his Park Slope gym, spoke from her own experience of being evicted from her Flatbush apartment of 34 years.
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